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Radio My 2001 lxi conv. radio just suddenly stopped working. Amazingly it stopped at the same time that my blower resistor for my ac/heater stopped working on settings 1,2 and 3. Had the resistor fixed but radio still not working. The equilizer lights will blink bright, dim, bright, etc but I am not able to turn radio on at all. The display/clock will not even show.....please, HELP!!!

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  • Anonymous Aug 17, 2008

    I have a 2001 sebring lx sedan and my radio just stopped working my equalizer lights just blink but the radio doesnt work , i also have a four disc changer but i still have no play radio or cd , if there is a solution please share , i really dont want to put an after market radio in, ive diconnected the battery , took the radio out and plugged it back up still the same results

  • JLR115 Aug 21, 2008

    I am having the exact same problem. I bought the fuses, but have not had a chance to replace them yet to see if that solves the problem. If that doesn't work, is there anything else that can be done? I don't want to have to buy a new radio.



    Incidentally, I have had the same issues with the blower motor resister also. I've had to replace it twice now!

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    99 Sebring lxi radio turns on and the display shows a station but you can't change it and nothing else works either and no sound, it has the infinity sound system

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First check to see if the fuse to the radio is burned out. Then check to see if you are in fact geting power to both the radio and the radio memory. There are two power wires going to the radio unit. One is always hot the other only when the key is on. If all of these things check out to be good you have a burned out tuner in the radio. It some times happens when the voltage is more than 12.5 volts.

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